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Workplace Safety - Does Your CEO "Get It"?

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Does your CEO understand the value of protecting and promoting worker health? Is OHS valued, prioritized and focused on as a core value within your organization?

Does your CEO “get it”?

That’s a question the National Safety Council poses each year for companies across the United States. The NSC has recently released the 2014 list of ten CEO’s that “get it”.

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Workplace Safety - Does Your CEO "Get It"?

  1. 1. WORKPLACE SAFETY Does Your CEO “Get It”?
  2. 2. Why is safety a core value at your organization? Patrick Gallagher National Institute of Standards and Technology Safety is a core value because our mission is enabled by the talent and hard work of our employees and associates. There is no better way to repay their service than to do everything we can to ensure that they don’t get hurt doing their jobs. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  3. 3. Why is safety a core value at your organization? Thomas F. Gilbane Jr. Gilbane Inc. Gilbane has been a family company for 140 years and we embrace all our employees, subcontractors and anyone else on our project sites or in our offices as a part of our extended family. Even a single injury is one too many. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  4. 4. Why is safety a core value at your organization? Paul W. Henley U.S. Navy There are three crucial areas in which an effective safety program makes invaluable contributions to the Department of the Navy (DON): war-fighting excellence, our moral obligation to our people and cost avoidance. First, the purpose of DON is to defend the national security interests of the United States by keeping the peace, deterring opponents, and fighting and winning if deterrence fails. Accordingly, the Chief of Naval Operations has identified war-fighting readiness as his highest priority. The simple reality is that the safer a military unit is, the more effective it is in battle … 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  5. 5. Why is safety a core value at your organization? (continued) Paul W. Henley U.S. Navy When the equipment is properly maintained, when the people are well-trained and well-led, when cohesive teamwork is universal and situational awareness is high – all characteristics of an effective safety program – a military unit is at the peak of its capabilities. And needless to say, when poor safety practice results in damage to our equipment or injury to our people, we are doing the enemy’s job for him. Second, our sailors, Marines, and DON civilians are all brave patriots who have volunteered to go in harm’s way – to give their lives if necessary – to defend the values our country holds most dear. We owe a clear moral debt to them to provide the safest possible environment in which to live and work – anything less would be unconscionable. Third, we live in times of scarce resources in which every dollar counts. Good safety practices save billions a year in the cost of medical care for injury, training of new personnel and replacement of equipment. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  6. 6. Why is safety a core value at your organization? Terry M. Kasnavia PIKA International Inc. Safety is about protecting people. Whether our employees, subcontractors, client representatives or the surrounding community, PIKA’s respect and appreciation for people is the driving force behind our aggressive pursuit toward a safe and healthful workplace – making safety a premier core value within PIKA. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  7. 7. Why is safety a core value at your organization? Craig L. Martin Jacobs Being safe is elemental to everything we do and everything that matters to us. The three core values that shape our conduct around the world balance: • Our relationships with clients • Profitable growth • The people who make us successful All three values depend on our ability to run a safe and ethical business. Our BeyondZero® program recognizes this; it goes beyond rules, policies and procedures to promote a genuine Culture of Caring throughout Jacobs … 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  8. 8. Why is safety a core value at your organization? (continued) Craig L. Martin Jacobs We encourage all Jacobs employees to work safely, take an active role in the safety of those around them, and have the courage to intervene whenever they deem something unsafe. BeyondZero is 24/7 for us: at Jacobs, at client sites, at home, and in our communities. We believe we can profoundly influence the safety of our employees, their friends and families, our communities, and our industry. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  9. 9. Why is safety a core value at your organization? Rick Medlin Fruit of the Loom Inc. Our employees are our most valuable asset, and because we believe that, our commitment is to provide a safe working environment so at the end of the day we arrive safely home to our family and friends. This commitment stems from one of our core values – respect for people. We believe that fundamental to that core value is the necessity of providing all of our employees with a safe work environment. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  10. 10. Why is safety a core value at your organization? (continued) Rick Medlin Fruit of the Loom Inc. Our company engages in various production processes, from purchasing cotton to produce yarn for our underwear and apparel products, to manufacturing gymnastic and sporting goods equipment. Many of those processes carry with them inherent safety risks that must be guarded against. We dedicate substantial resources to education and training for our employees to ensure the safety of the workplace. We also engage our employees directly in safety teams to encourage their direct input into health and safety process improvements. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  11. 11. Why is safety a core value at your organization? Bill Monet Akima LLC I believe each employee deserves a safe place to work. It’s also important to embrace a corporate safety culture that will extend to our employees’ friends and families. As a Native Alaska-owned company, safety is part of our heritage. Living and working safely has a direct positive impact on the more than 13,000 Iñupiat people of northwest Alaska who own our company, and those strong roots in safety translate directly to the livelihood of our employees. Our core safety values put people first. This view is embraced by our leadership and drives our corporate culture. Leadership’s commitment to safety sets the expectations of performance throughout our company to every member of our team. Employees are empowered operationally each day to identify and mitigate workplace hazards. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  12. 12. Why is safety a core value at your organization? (continued) Bill Monet Akima LLC This helps shape safe work behaviors and attitudes. It changes our approach from compliance to commitment each and every day. These core safety values are essential to maintain the highest standards and exceed the expectations of our customers – it’s that simple, and that important. Our employees are as diverse as the marketplaces we work, both federal and commercial, across 50 states and internationally. We operate as a high-performance team in site support services, construction, mission systems engineering and technology, and technology products and solutions. We recognize that performing work safely has a direct impact on profitability and survivability. It is essential that we constantly focus on safety as we expand into larger and more complex industries. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  13. 13. Why is safety a core value at your organization? Michael W. Rencheck AREVA Inc. As a forward-looking energy company, AREVA recognizes that our commitment to safety is the foundation for building and maintaining trust and public confidence. It protects the community, our customers and our people. It’s part of being a good citizen, a good neighbor and a good partner. Safety drives our commitment to operational excellence and delivering clean energy solutions for a better tomorrow. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  14. 14. Why is safety a core value at your organization? (continued) Michael W. Rencheck AREVA Inc. Safety is the critical success factor for our people, products and services. It defines who we are and plays a central role in everything we do. By instilling a culture with a focus on safety, we are empowering all of our employees to focus on the details and to do what’s right the first time. This leads to improved performance and reliable, consistent and predictable delivery of our highquality products and services to our customers. At AREVA, we place safety first and strive for excellence in all that we do. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  15. 15. Why is safety a core value at your organization? Elane Stock Kimberley-Clark Professional One of the four values at Kimberly-Clark is caring. Caring about our people means caring about their safety. While our products may evolve, the values at Kimberly-Clark remain timeless. For more than 140 years, our values have been woven throughout the fabric of our company. The values of authentic, accountable, innovative and caring describe how we work with and are judged by our consumers, business partners, investors and each other. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  16. 16. Why is safety a core value at your organization? (continued) Elane Stock Kimberley-Clark Professional As part of selling safety products and solutions, we also must live it in every facet of our company. In order to deliver on our brand promise to create “Exceptional Workplaces,” our work has to be centrally focused toward safeguarding people. People make our workplaces work, and we make their workplaces exceptional through our relentless dedication to create healthier, safer and more productive work settings. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  17. 17. Why is safety a core value at your organization? Dwayne A. Wilson Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Our core values – Safety and Security, Integrity, Teamwork, and Customer Satisfaction – provide the underpinnings of our success and for the overall quality of performance expected of us. It’s our foundation and what we expect of ourselves in pursuit of our vision to be the standard of excellence in managing federal assets by delivering knowledge, innovation and experience in nuclear materials management … 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  18. 18. Why is safety a core value at your organization? (continued) Dwayne A. Wilson Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Given the nature of our work, which involves handling nuclear materials, high hazards work in laboratories and working in remote forests and swamp locations during South Carolina summers, safety has to be our foremost consideration. We take pride in working safely and securely and are committed to maintaining a world class safety culture at the Savannah River Site. 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG
  19. 19. Source: 2014 CEOs That “Get It” from the National Safety Council View the full post on the NSC Safety+Health website for the rest of the CEO responses. Click the link below: http://www.safetyandhealthmagazine.com/articles/9758-CEOs-NSC?page=1 2014 CEO’s Who “Get It” WWW.NSC.ORG

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